Raisin In The Sun Act 3 Emmanuel Reibsamen
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Children see things very well sometimes -- and idealists even better.
Beneatha's Ignorant Bliss
It's when he's at his lowest and can't believe hisself.
The Family's Relief
He finally came in to his manhood today,
Act: 3, Scene: 1, 133- "Children see things very well sometimes -- and idealists even better." In this part of the scene Asagai is trying to be very supportive to Beneatha. Yet Beneatha is not seeing this when Asagai is trying to help. Beneatha is stressed about the money that had been gone and Asagai has been through tough things and knows what she is going through. Simply as it is this shows see positive and be positive since Asagai is trying to be simpathetic (minding that he does finally get angered for a short bit) to her because he knows what shes feeling.
Act: 3, Scene: 1, 145- "It's when he's at his lowest and can't believe hisself." In this Beneatha disowns her brother for his past actions and how they have negatively affected the family. In this Mama hears her and is not pleased with what she has said about her brother and talks to her. In this Lena tries to teach Beneatha about loving family and others even if they are at their lowest and the decisions they make aren't great. In this it shows that you always have to care for family even if they are at their worst.
Act: 3, Scene: 1, 151- "He finally came in to his manhood today," In this Ruth notices that Walter has changed from who he used to be and has grown. Through out the book Walter has changed for the better of the family. Walter changes in all of the aspects so he is a better role model for the family through his mistakes. In all this shows that the family has noticed that Walter has changed for the better.
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